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* 1 1/2" wide ribbon
* 1/2" wide ribbon
* Glue gun
*Needle and thread (optional)
Decide what size bow you would like; mine is about 4" long, which seems like a good size for this width of ribbon. Cut your ribbon twice the length of the tie you want, plus about half an inch to overlap. (For my 4" bow, I cut my ribbon just about 8 1/2" long.) Cut a piece of your thinner ribbon about 3" long.
Fold your ribbon so that the two ends overlap. Using a drop of hot glue, carefully glue the ribbon to itself.
Accordion fold your ribbon, and either glue it together, or use your needle and thread to secure it. If using a needle and thread, I find that it works well to sew completely through the fold, then wrap the thread around and tie it tightly.
|It doesn't matter what color thread you use, since it'll be covered up.|
Glue one end of the short ribbon to the top of the back (the glued side) of the bow, and wrap it completely around the middle, starting going down the back of the bow. Glue the end of the ribbon to itself once it's wrapped completely around.
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The Finished Product: